Japan central bank may hold off on stimulus exit for years: ex-BOJ official

TOKYO (Reuters) – The Bank of Japan’s decision to drop a timeframe for hitting its inflation target shows it is losing confidence in its price outlook and could mean it puts off exiting easy policy for years to come, a former central bank executive said.
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